Ignition module

Asked by Dec 27, 2015 at 07:35 PM

Question type: General

Where is the ignition module located, on a 1987
Ford F-150?

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On the side of the distributor

72,375

I believe it is under the distributor cap, a rectangle piece with 2 screws holding it down, an outside plugin, and a 3 prong plugin on the other end.

19,190

Ditto

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